Grand Canyon South Rim, AZ

Day 25.....20 miles.....AZT mile 612.8 Our stay at the Travelodge last night gave me all the rest and strength I need for this last stretch of trail(I hope). This morning a couple of our friends, Hoho and Chicory, who had recently moved to Flagstaff had us over and cooked us an incredible breakfast. These two … Continue reading Grand Canyon South Rim, AZ

Olympic Peninsula, WA

9/11.    The day after finishing the CDT Queen B and I spent our time in East Glacier relaxing, eating food, hanging out with other hikers and waiting for the train. It was cool because a lot of hikers were either just finishing up their hike or getting into town and about to go into … Continue reading Olympic Peninsula, WA

Canada!

Day 130     9/6/17   16 miles So last night, before going back to the trail, a bunch of us went out to eat at the Mexican place in town and I have to say it wasn't the best burrito I've ever had. The portions were good but then they covered it in like … Continue reading Canada!

East Glacier Park, MT

Day 124     8/31     32 miles After getting into town yesterday the rest of the afternoon proved to be very productive.  First of all we had to estimate our mileage for the rest of the trail then QB was able to get all our backcountry permits squared away for Glacier NP next … Continue reading East Glacier Park, MT

Lincoln, MT

Day 117     8/24     25 miles  First thing this morning I put a nice beating on the continental breakfast at the Trade Wind Motel. It was a good one too, they had like 20 different boxes of cereal to choose from. I felt like I was in Jerry Seinfeld's apartment. So many … Continue reading Lincoln, MT

Dubois, WY

Day 88     7/26     7 miles After sleeping in this morning in the comfortable guesthouse at the 3 Peaks Ranch I enjoyed a substantial breakfast with some much needed fresh food. Cereal with milk and bananas for a change(instead of the off brand dry lucky charms that I'm always eating on trail) … Continue reading Dubois, WY

Post PCT ’16 and The Wonderland Trail

I'm currently sitting in the Portland airport waiting patiently to fly to Boston. My hiking season is coming to an end and as much fun as I've had, I'm looking forward to seeing my people and adapting back into my non hiking life. And showering regularly. I've had a very enjoyable summer. A rich, full, … Continue reading Post PCT ’16 and The Wonderland Trail